A century-old building in Humboldt Park fell to the wrecking ball. But at least one group fought to save it: Logan Square Preservation.
Archives for March 2018
Whether you’re looking for a traditional Easter celebration or just want to mix up your usual Sunday Funday, check out what’s happening in Logan Square.
The Logan Square Ecumenical Alliance (LSEA) and community activists rally together to bring a mental health center (back) to Logan Square.
Yesterday, the country marched for gun reform. The March for Our Lives Chicago protest garnered over 80,000 people, organized by student activists determined to change gun laws. Check out our photos of the protest here!
The owners of Chiya Chai are hosting their first workshop this Saturday on how to make your own chai. (It’s sold out, sorry). It’s one of many community events they plan to bring to the community and spread their knowledge of chai teas and Nepalese and Indian cuisine to the neighborhood.
Jacqueline Olivo of the Olivo Medical & Wellness Center opened a new spa down the street, Olivo Med Spa, “for the whole neighborhood” to focus on skin health and wellness.
Residents and the Autonomous Tenants Union are fighting eviction from developer Burnett Capital and are hosting an online call-in campaign now to urge the company to end the eviction and negotiate with the tenants.
“We have history and that’s something you can’t buy.”
Joe’s Barbershop, a long-time Logan Square business, marks 50 years in action this year, and will celebrate with an anniversary party in May.
Ugo’s Kitchen and Bar, the Italian fine-dining-meets-casual eatery, is set to close its doors this Sunday for personal and financial reasons. Get your hungry on for one last time with our dish picks before the restaurant is gone.
Gear up for the primaries March 20 with our election guide for all the candidates that will be on the Logan Square area ballot.